“No point asking questions now, while we don’t have the answers”

By Kevin Domas INTERVIEW – Hosting the EHF EURO often translates into having a “small” advantage. Certainly, France’s head coach, Olivier Krumbholz, tried to make the most of it last week, organizing extra training days for players of the women’s national handball team. French clubs agreed to release their players for the whole week, except the two, 2017 world champions, who play in Hungary, Amand… »

“I feel okay in my role”

INTERVIEW – Mads Mensah Larsen feels okay in his different roles – as a replacement playmaker in the Danish national team, while occupying the left back position – most of the time – at Rhein-Neckar L… »

“I am in a special situation”

By Kevin Domas INTERVIEW – You have to go way back in time to find a competition that included the French women’s handball team, where France played without Gnonsiane Niombla. At age 28, the center-ba… »

“The Champions League has been the biggest challenge for me”

By Sascha Staat INTERVIEW – Emily Bölk’s move from Buxtehude to Thüringen was one of the most anticipated transitions this summer, including her debut in the EHF Champions League. Having scored a total of seven goals in the first three matches, she has yet to reach  full potential, just like the rest of the team. Right now, Thüringer HC is bound to miss the main round. I spoke to the 20-year old a… »

“I will probably never be completely satisfied”

INTERVIEW – Nikolaj Jacobsen, Denmark’s national handball coach and head coach in Rhein-Neckar Löwen talks to stregspiller.com about the ups and downs, coaching one of the world´s strongest national t… »

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Women´s Champions League – Round 3 By Peter Bruun Top FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria After a decisive loss at home to CSM Bucuresti and only winning by one against Vipers Kristiansand because of a last-secon… »

Punishing Kobenhavn´s mistakes enough for Rostov win

Women EHF Champions League – Round 3 stregspiller.com MATCH OF THE WEEK – In a match that resembled more of a fight than a good game of handball, punishing Kobenhavn´s mistakes was enough for Rostov-Don to end the Danish champions winning streak, and climb on top of Group B. By Peter Bruun Kobenhavn Handball vs Rostov-Don 21:27 (13:13) Before the Match *Champions League debutants Kobenhavn were on… »

Nikola Karabatic out for 4 months…what are the consequences?

By Kevin Domas On Friday morning Nikola Karabatic underwent surgery, to heal a bunion on his left foot. After suffering for almost two years, “the pain had become too strong,” says the French national… »

Will injuries decide Match of the Week?

Women´s EHF Champions League – Round 3 By Peter Bruun stregspiller.com – MATCH OF THE WEEK PREVIEW – With the Men´s Champions League taking a break due to the Super Globe and upcoming EURO 2020 qualif… »

“We are very determined”

By Sascha Staat INTERVIEW – Ever since Kim Naidzinavicius entered the spotlight after winning the junior World championship in 2008, she has continuously progressed and today she is a key player, in her club, Bietigheim, and in Germany’s national handball team.   During her teenage years – she already played in the Bundesliga – everyone expected her turning into an international star in short orde… »